How to root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910C on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop [Guide]

Sprint-Galaxy-Note-4The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone with the model number SM-N910C can now easily by rooted by using the Chainfire CF-Root tool. Once you use the CF-Root tool to root Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910C smartphones, you keep that root access to the system internal until you device to unroot the device again.


  • The CF-Auto-Root version in this guide is based on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and LMY47X.N910CXXU2COJ5 firmware. You should be running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop to follow this guide.
  • The following tutorial is made for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with model number SM-N910C.
  • You can anytime check your devices model number by navigating to the Menu > Settings > About Device > Model Number.


  • You must have the bootloader unlocked on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 device or this guide will not work. You can find more details on that from Chainfire.
  • Download the Samsung USB Drivers for mobile phones from the official Samsung website or by visiting our USB drivers page and getting them from there. Both links are completely safe.
  • You need the USB Debugging Mode option on or else you cannot compete this guide with the computer. You’ll find that mode available from the devices Developer Options menu. You know the drill: head over to the menu > Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging Mode.
  • If you would like to be adventurous, try installing the ADB drivers from ClcokworkMod and see if it works — we bet it does!


  • Download the CF-Auto-root package from the Chainfire website from this link.
  • Download the Odin flashing tool from this link and make sure it’s one of the latest versions.
  • Download both files to the desktop of the computer.
  • Right-click over the files and choose the ‘extract here’ option.
  • Double-click the Odin executable file and run that Odin flashing tool on your device.
  • Reboot the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in download mode.
  • Connect the same Samsung galaxy Note 4 you want t oroot to the computer using the USB cable you normally use for charging the battery.
  • Click the PDA or the AP button you can see from the Odin user-interface.
  • Browse the desktop for the CF-Auto-Root package that you extracted to the desktop earlier.
  • Click the Start button when you are ready to flash that same CF-Auto-Root package on your device.
  • After about 10-15 minutes, you should notice your device reboot and a pass message available from the Odin message box. that means yo iuare finished.
  • If you do not see your device reboot, it might be because you didn’t have the Auto Reboot box check from the Odin flashing tool. If that is the case, you need to reboot it manually.

Once rebooted, head over to the Google Play Store and install the rot checker application to make sure your device does have root access.

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